I don't know about you but I get up between 5 every morning and it's not my favorite part of the day. I drag myself out of bed, fight the cat for rights to the toilet (he's a weird cat), drag my preschooler out of bed, fight to get her dressed, fight to get myself dressed, and then get on with my day. Yeah, UG.

Besides my daily dose of Peppermint Mocha Latte, what else do I have to look forward to?  What do you look forward to? Now, we can BOTH look forward to the best music from the 80s, 90s, and today, along with two of the hands-down funniest personalities in the tristate: Bobby G and Stacey Godbold!

Tune in starting at 5 a.m. on January 16th to laugh your head off with the My Morning Show and jam to your favorite tunes on 105.3!


Stacey lives out her passions in storytelling and community engagement. A native of Newburgh, In, Stacey attended Castle High School and Western Kentucky University. Many twists and turns in her life landed her as the Director of Marketing for the Girl Scouts of Southwestern Indiana.

While there, Stacey was called to create Project Reveal, a non-profit organization, who's mission is To inspire and support women by creating awareness about life issues and encourage honesty and authenticity to help them celebrate love and respect themselves and be the best women for herself, family and community.

Project Reveal does this through community outreach, our weekly television series on PBS and programming and events for women, girls and the community. Stacey has a husband, James ,  son Jude and triplets born September 1, 2013- Jillian, Alex, Reid.

In 2015, Stacey received the Leader in Courage Award from Leadership Evansville's 20th Anniversary Leadership Evansville Awards. In 2013 she was nominated for the Evansville Leadership Awards. Stacey was honored as a 20 Under 40 recipient by the Evansville Business Journal and named Most Revealing Woman by the Evansville Living Magazine. Stacey is a past Board Member of the Ark Crisis Center and Rotoract, and has participated for three  years in Blondes vs. Brunettes Football, which benefits the Alzheimer’s Association. She served on the Awareness Committee of Youth First from 2009-2011.


Bobby is actually an Evansville transplant…although at this point he has lived in Evansville longer than he has lived anywhere else. So what does that make him? Hmmm. He was born and raised on the east side of Indianapolis. Bobby first came to Evansville in the fall of ’93 to start his college career at the University of Southern Indiana. After a few semesters of toiling in the “undecided” zone, he decided to try out communications. The rest, I reckon, is history.

Bobby started at 103GBF back in 1996. So here he is as the Promotions Director for 103GBF, plus your new morning show host on My 1053. "I am married to a woman I absolutely don’t deserve, and together we have the two best kids in the world – without a doubt the best things I have ever created."


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